How to Download Custom Maps in Halo Reach MCC

Learn how to play on a variety of user-made maps with these tips on how to download custom maps in Halo Reach from our guide

Halo Reach is finally out on PC, and players are a bit perplexed on how to get into the custom maps. This guide aims to help you out and guide you through and through how to set everything up and get right into the game. So read on to learn how to download Custom Maps in Halo Reach MCC on PC.

How to Download Custom Maps in Halo Reach MCC

Forge and File Share are currently disabled for the PC version of Halo Reach; with recent news from 343 Industries who have stated that the work on Forge and Theater is somewhat extensive and that the team is working on bringing it to PC.

Due to this little inconvenience, you are going to have to work around it.

Since the feature is unavailable, the work-around to this is that you will have to download the maps manually from other players.

To do this head to the player menu which can be done by clicking the avatar icon (Top right of the Main Menu).

Click your name and then ‘Find Player’. In this area, you will put in the name of the person who is hosting good custom maps.


“Jesus in Malibu” is currently popular within the community, so you might want to give it a try.

If you want, you can go ahead and search for other people hosting maps and try those out.

After doing the above steps, you will find yourself on the profile of the person you entered the name of.

You can simply download the Halo MCC custom maps from the player’s profile by clicking the ‘File Share’ option.

The profile “Jesus in Malibu” currently has 20 Game Types and 42 Map Variants for you to go crazy in!

This should clear you up on how to get into custom maps on Halo Reach MCC. The game is still relatively new, so you might have trouble finding good custom maps.

Give it a few weeks and things will start popping up here and there for the game. More custom maps are bound to turn up; the community is of course extremely active about it all.

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